Jeff Gordon not only had the second fastest single lap in the Saturday morning practice session for the Goody's 500, he posted the quickest 10-lap average with a speed of 97.344 mph from his laps five through 14.
Jeff Gordon posted the second fastest lap in Saturday morning’s practice session for the Goody's 500. His top speed of 97.699 was 7/100ths slower than teammate Jimmie Johnson.
Jeff Gordon posted the fastest single lap in the first practice session for the Goody's 500. His top speed was 99.250 mph.
Martinsville represents Jeff Gordon’s best chance to win during the Eliminator round. He has eight victories on this track with the most recent coming in this race last year.
Jeff Gordon finished second in the Bank of America 500 and gained some ground in the Chase battle. He will enter the Geico 500 at Talladega with an 18-point lead over the elimination bubble. Unfortunately, that is not enough of a cushion to keep him from the danger zone if he gets swept into a "Big One" crash.
Jeff Gordon qualified on the outside pole for Saturday night’s Bank of America 500 with a speed of 197.217 mph. He enters the weekend with back-to-back seventh-place finishes at Charlotte, but to take some of the pressure off next week’s restrictor-plate race at Talladega, he needs a top-five finish this weekend.
Jeff Gordon was knocked into the wall by Jamie McMurray while those two drivers where racing in the top five. He was never able to overcome the lost track position, but had settled into the top 10 before his car developed an extremely loose condition during the final run.
Jeff Gordon posted the fastest single lap in the first practice session for the Hollywood Casino 400. His top speed was 196.257 mph.
Jeff Gordon will look to defend his 5-hour Energy 400 victory this week. If he can do so, it will be the first time he posted back-to-back wins since 2007 when he won at Charlotte and Talladega in their fall races.
Jeff Gordon scored his fourth win of the season and his fifth at Dover by more than four seconds over Brad Keselowski and the remainder of the field.
On Wednesday, it was announced that Jeff Gordon has been named the winner of the third-quarter Driver of the Year Award for 2014.
Jeff Gordon’s blown tire and crash last week at New Hampshire put him in a vulnerable points’ position in regard to advancing to the next round of the playoffs. He should be able to rebound this week at Dover, however, with three top-fives in his last four starts there.
Jeff Gordon had fresh tires on his Chevrolet and was in the process of passing teammate Jimmie Johnson for fifth-place when he lost a right front tire at New Hampshire. He was able to stay on the lead lap, but was the last driver to do so with a 26th-place finish in the Sylvania 300.
Jeff Gordon posted the fastest single lap of final practice for the Sylvania 300. His top speed was 135.357 mph.